#3
The high school massacre doesn't refer to any single incident (e.g. Columbine), but rather refers to the idea that our education system is not set up in a manner that allows students to learn or discover on their own.

It's a massacre of creative thought and the passion to learn that is innate in all young children but is slowly weaned out of them through public schooling which by nature has to teach to the lowest common denominator at the expense of other students.

Really moving stuff.
#4
Quote by JackWhiteIsButts
The high school massacre doesn't refer to any single incident (e.g. Columbine), but rather refers to the idea that our education system is not set up in a manner that allows students to learn or discover on their own.

It's a massacre of creative thought and the passion to learn that is innate in all young children but is slowly weaned out of them through public schooling which by nature has to teach to the lowest common denominator at the expense of other students.

Really moving stuff.


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